A woman has credited her record-setting boobs for saving her life after she lost control of her car and slammed it into a tree.
Sheyla Hershey, who, according to her website, was named as having the largest augmented breasts by her native Brazil's equivalent of the Guiness Book of World Records, said that she was driving to pick up her husband after a Super Bowl party, when the accident occurred.
Hershey, resident of Houston, Texas, said that the airbags in her Ford Mustang didn't go off, which could have led to serious injury for most people, but her 38KKK bosom saved her.
"My implants saved my life, my breasts are very sore and I have some scratches on them but I know I would have been badly hurt without them because they are very close to the steering wheel," RadarOnline quoted her as saying.
At the time of the crash, Hershey said that she was taking drugs for depression, bipolar disorder, vicodin for a headache and a painkiller for the back pain.
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